# Waves: Light And Sound Quiz!

16 Questions | Total Attempts: 4398  Settings  In our physics class, we got to dive deeper into the topic of waves, light, and sound. With the scheduled monthly test coming up it is important to ensure you are on your feet when it comes to what we have covered so far. Give it a shot and see if you should hit the books one last time before the test!

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• 1.
In this animation, what type of wave is shown?
• A.

Transverse

• B.

Refracted

• C.

Longitudinal

• D.

Light

• 2.
The material that a wave travels through is called the
• A.

Refraction

• B.

Medium

• C.

Reflection

• D.

Speed

• 3.
• 4.
In this animation what kind of interference is shown?
• A.

Destructive

• B.

Constructive

• C.

Refraction

• D.

Reflection

• 5.
____________ is when a wave, like light, bounces off an object.
• 6.
What property of waves is shown in the animation?
• 7.
Which of the following is not a type of electromagnetic wave?
• A.

Sound

• B.

Red light

• C.

Gamma rays

• D.

• E.

Microwaves

• 8.
All waves except __________ waves must travel through a medium.
• A.

Sound

• B.

Light

• C.

Water

• D.

Compressional

• 9.
Points A and F onthe wave are ________
• 10.
Points B, E, G, and J on the wave are _______________.
• 11.
Points D and I on the wave are __________________.
• 12.
The distance between A and F is the _____________.
• A.

Frequency

• B.

Period

• C.

Amplitude

• D.

Wavelength

• 13.
The distance from the dotted line to Point A, or the distance from the dotted line to Point D is known as the ______________.
• A.

Frequency

• B.

Period

• C.

Amplitude

• D.

Wavelength

• 14.
this image shows an example of:
• A.

Reflection

• B.

Refraction

• C.

Penumbra

• D.

A broken straw

• 15.
The wave speed equation is v = frequency x wavelength.If the velocity of the wave is 400 m/s  and the wavelength is 2m, what is its frequency?
• A.

200 Hz

• B.

800 Hz

• C.

20 Hz

• D.

400 Hz

• 16.
In this example of constructive interference, what increases?
• A.

Wavelength

• B.

Frequency

• C.

Speed

• D.

Amplitude